At Sunday's coronavirus press briefing, held in the Rose Garden of the White House in front of a smattering of reporters and government officials, all practicing social distancing, President Donald Trump
In this op-ed Zerlina Maxwell, writer and senior director of progressive programming at Sirius XM, explores how Serena Williams’ mistreatment at the U.S. Open is deeply relatable for black women. The anticipated
In Just 10 Days, Dyson Designed a Completely New Ventilator Specifically for Covid-19 Patients The company famous for vacuums and hand dryers is moving remarkably fast to help fight the current pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has a lot of dark sides. Around the world, people get ill and die, schools close, the healthcare system is overloaded, employees lose their jobs, companies face bankruptcy, stock
If working for someone else isn't making you as happy as you expected, it might be time to quit your 9-to-5 and start your own business. The following excerpt is from Kanika Tolver’s book Career Rehab.
Topline: Despite the stock market’s wild swings—including Thursday’s sell-off of almost 10% and Monday’s plunge of over 12% marking the biggest one-day drops since the 1987 ‘Black Monday’ crash, there
If communication if the key to a good relationship, then surely it is also the shortcut to a fulfilling sex life within said relationship? That's easier said than done when it comes to being open about
In an excerpt from "Real Sister: Stereotypes, Respectability, and Black Women in Reality TV," African American studies professor LaToya Jefferson-James revisits the love saga of New York and Flavor Flav.
Universal Basic Income: What It Is, Who Would Pay for It, and How It Could Impact the Economy | teenvogue
What do you want to be when you grow up? It’s a question you’ve probably been answering ever since you could talk. The answer you give today might be different from your earliest ambitions, but would change
Approximately 40 million American adults ages 18 and older have an anxiety disorder, according to the American Psychological Association. Anxiety can affect everyone differently, with symptoms including
Nearly three years after a co-worker doused her with gasoline and lit her on fire at the hospital where they both worked, Army Capt. Katie Blanchard says she isn’t done fighting for justice. As she continues
The advice came on a business podcast from a successful entrepreneur who had built a company to billion-dollar status. In this podcast, he told the audience that if you are going to be successful as an
Survey by AXA PPP reveals worrying attitude among managers towards employees suffering from stress, anxiety or depression Seven in ten bosses do not regard stress, anxiety or depression to be valid reasons